Enabling accurate and efficient EMC & RF Measurements
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Raditeq offers a diverse and vast amount of EMC Test & Measurement instrumentation like, Electric Field probes, Electric Field Generators, RF Power Meters and Modular Test Systems. Check them out and measure the difference now!
EMC is a difficult subject with lots of obstacles and hard challenges. Raditeq offers turnkey solutions for EMC, High Frequency (HF) Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave applications.
Do you need assistance or information about products, projects, Return Material Authorization (RMA), Service level agreements or any other related questions? The Raditeq support team is ready and at your service.
Special Microwave projects
Raditeq designs and develops analog radio frequency (RF) electronics. Knowledge in the field of RF technology is scarce. Knowledge in the field of analog RF filters, mixers, amplifiers and antenna even more so. Together with the engineers at Raditeq you gain the required expertise to make your HF, RF, Uwave and EMC challenges a great succes.
Events & Webinars
Raditeq continues with the subject, isotropy. The forgotten aspect when in comes to measurement reliability and accuracy. Join the webinar about this sometimes mind boggling
Raditeq will be present at the 2021 EMV Mesago event in Stuttgart. When COVID-19 doesn’t spoil the fun look us up on stand number; C2-316
Consequences of non-isotropic behaviour of E-field Probes Isotropy much more important than previously thought! The ongoing discussion about the measurement accuracy of Electric Field Probes
- Global Head of Technical Process Optimization ‘Our supplier Raditeq, for high-quality RF components design, has a future-orientated product assortment in order to meet individual requirements according international standards like ETSI, with a high degree of capability and technology know how on their power sensors RPR3006W, which we are using on our own developed TUVR-CTE conducted conformance RF system. With our future-orientated technology and strategic plan to setup excellence Wireless/IoT labs worldwide and with Raditeq we decisively strengthen our competitiveness and we see this as a further essential step on the way to establishing ourselves as the leading for wireless technology to have our own development RF systems as service provider with Raditeq products".Mr. Bircan TaslicaTÜV Rheinland
- Barco N.V | RadiSense® 10‘At Barco N.V. located in Courtrai (Kortrijk) Belgium we have gained very positive experiences with the RadiSense IV (previous model) operating in our EMC labs. This experiences, combined with a very attractive trade-in offer we got from Raditeq (DARE!!), made us decide to buy the new model RadiSense® 10. Furthermore, the fact that the RadiSense® 10 is supported by different EMC test software packages we use at Barco was an important contributing reason. The RadiSense 10 probe is used for radiated immunity testing applications.’Steven RaevensBarco N.V.
- BMW: Innovative EMC Hall for Realistic Vehicle Testing emv GmbH has provided a turnkey EMC measurement system for the BMW Group and shared in the conception and planning of the whole project.
A modern automobile requires a complex network of electronic systems. These control essentials such as the motor and transmission as well as various safety and comfort features such as dynamic stability control (DSC) and satellite supported GPS navigation. The problem is that these systems can affect each other or be disturbed by electromagnetic signals from the surroundings. The automobile manufacturers must detect, diagnose, and correct such system problems by means of EMC testing. Until recently, in the existing BMW Group EMC hall, most EMC tests could only be performed on stationary vehicles. So BMW decide to build a state of the art EMC absorber hall at their research and innovation center in Munich.
The task was solved by attaching the flexible antenna complex to the roof of the hall. The antenna is exactly positioned relative to the tested vehicle, using six-axis remote control. It can be lowered from the roof as near as wanted to the vehicle. This leaves the floor free for simulation of all sorts of driving situations. emv solved the requirements for efficient ergonomic measurement by various means. The high level of automation of the Measurement system makes the difference. The engineers can now carry out a set of tests according to BMW standards just by pressing a button. The antenna configuration can be automatically set according to vehicle type. The RadiMation“ software from Dare!! organizes this. For instance, the software organizes the integration of dynamometer, turntable and antenna controller from different manufacturers. For immunity tests, the frequency range 20 MHz to 4 GHz, can be measured without changing the antenna configuration.
The low frequency range is covered by a 200 Ohm stripline solution. This was developed by specialists from the EMC department of the BMW Group and has been patented. It can be set up and taken down again within five minutes, and takes up little space when packed together.
EUT monitoring lets the test engineer watch and document the behavior of the test object while checking out the field bus in the vehicle. A modular concept permits communication with different field buses (e.g. CAN, LIN) via one base cable. A Car Radio Dummy is used to check the correct functioning of measurements of radiated interference. The vehicle antenna receives the radio signal, and the Car Radio Dummy sends it back to the measurement receiver in the measurement controller, where it is verified. Radio signals in the frequency range 100 kHz to 4.2 GHz are generated by semiconductor amplifiers from AR. A microwave rack with 500 watt TWT amplifiers and filters for harmonic suppression covers the frequency range 2.5 GHz to 18 GHz. A GPS simulator supports simulation of realistic routes. Real GPS signals and transmissions from real radio stations can be received by an external antenna and communicated into the hall.
The new EMC hall is the first of its kind in the world. It makes possible the testing of driver-assistance systems under reproducible lab conditions in moving vehicles. Curbstones, parking spaces, passing vehicles and specific routes can all be simulated in order to test electronic systems under realistic conditions.
The project was completed in 2 years. "The deciding factor for the success of this joint project was the collegial cooperation between BMW experts and our project team", stated Markus Krautbauer, project manager at emv GmbH.